"officer Barrosse and Segeant Pujol investigating a knife attack in Algiers, 1885
Terribly Cat Up. On last Friday night, oetween 11 and 12 o'clock, a negro named Aaron Vtilliama was frlkhUnUyacvt about tbe body at hie residence residence on Le Bceuf'a Avenue, between Alex and Eliza streets, Algiers. The wounded man states tbat he does not know what the murderous attack was made upon him for, and cannot aealgn any cause for it. He pt at en t hat he was sitting an a ladder trader a shed in - his - yard, when , be waa ' assaulted and cut- cut- In the left hide cf the 1 aae. Fearing a second eut he arose and ran about sixty feet, whea ha fell through exbans-lou exbans-lou exbans-lou and fright. The man who attacked him followed htm, and when he fell the would-be would-be would-be murderer pounced upon him and used his weapon, supposed to be a racor, with a vengeance on his back, inflicting two wounds about twelve lnohes in length, another eight leches in length, aad another six Inches Lu length. . The wounds are considered severe but not dangerous. dangerous. On Saturday noon Sergeant Pujol and Officer Barrosse received information that a negro named James Hill had done the eut-tiiig, eut-tiiig, eut-tiiig, and Immediately started oat to search for nim. On reaching the corner of Thayer and Enza atreeta they encountered Hill and aiitsUd him.